Beautiful pictures!!! So glad to have you sharing this part of our life. :)
"We" use to always host summer riding clinics at our farm too. Our county has an educational point requirement to show at the fair. So, in order to make the points, we would offer to host clinics and lessons here (I didn't do them - another "professional" did). Miss those days of kids and trailers in our yard. Enjoy this time! Blessings from Ringle.
What a blast from the past. Loved riding camps when I was a kid. Still catching up but I wanted you to know what a profound impact your blog had upon my life.
It's been a great summer of riding at your place Traci:))Aahhh! Great memories DickyBird. The time flies so fast, we're seeing that already with our kiddos.Sandy~ your comment had a profound impact on my life tonight. As I've had a hard, hard day your words revealed again the battle that goes on to simply live, breath, and write the truths of Scripture. The battle has been intense today, and I forget that those are usually the days that God is doing something big. Oh, how the enemy would love to destroy His work. And how weak I am some days... so thank you for the encouragement to know that God is moving in mighty ways:))
No words needed - beautiful pictures.
Cybil and I are supposed to go horseback riding in Costa Rica - maybe we should attempt to get on a horse before then???
Precious, simply precious...as all your Blogs are to me. God IS moving in mighty ways. As for your previous Blog, believe me, I would bet Trent is known to all in Heaven, and that's ALL that counts at this point in our journey. He's also a Fisher of Men here on earth. Sweet thoughts dear friend. And check your mailbox. :)
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